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speed. there's a look at putty hill avenue. this traffic report is brought to you by toyota. an important message for toyota owners. to get the facts and latest information visit toyota.com. >>> and let's go out to ron right now with a baltimore tradition. >> reporter: yes, it is. how are you doing on this good friday? we're doing well. this is strowski's famous polish sausage. we're at fells point. probably within a couple of hours, there's going to be a long line here, folks lining up to get the famous strowski's toll lisch sausage -- polish sausage. it's been a baltimore tradition for nearly a century now. the king is inside working as we speak. a lot of people use this. they have special recipes for easter and it goes in the easter baskets and they're taken to church where they are blessed. it's a real great baltimore tradition. and everybody we talk to in line, they've got a different recipe. everybody's things are passed down from generation to generation. it's fascinating to watch and they will be busy here all day. >> i have a quick question, maybe you don't know th
." >> tom: toyota marches back, while ford and general motors share in the gains. here's a rundown of march's car and truck sales. toyota played comeback kid-- sales rose 41% on hefty incentives after the recalls. aggressive incentives also boosted sales at ford motor, up 40%. and at g.m., march sales were up 21%. the numbers are exaggerated by easy comparisons to last year, when the recession was in full swing. but chrysler is still struggling to gain traction-- sales there fell 8% last month. >> susie: auto dealers are still counting on a blockbuster spring selling season. consumers are back in showrooms, and it looks like they're ready to buy again. but as diane eastabrook reports, the economy is still the wild card. >> reporter: they're back. consumers flocked to dealer lots last month, thanks to warmer temperatures, a string of incentives, and optimism about the u.s. economy. tom bavone is seeing a complete change in customer attitude at his ford dealership. >> they talk about their jobs are doing well. they feel more secure in their jobs and they seem happier, you know. it's better th
by toyota. an important message by owners ever toyotaas -- toyotas. to get the latest information, visit them at toyota.com. >> thank you, christy. >>> it's among the holiest days on the christian calendar. good friday. in jerusalem, the stations of the cross attracted thousands from around the world. the jesus reen -- actor had blood coming up down his forehead. >>> still ahead. eyewitness news at 4:00. footwear, flip flops. the new study that reverses the summertime staple and your knees. >>> outrage explodes when a student writes a scathing article about daterape. >>> the tallest and fastest of its kind. and it's just a short drive from maryland. >>> and the weekend is here. will this beautiful warm weather last? meteorologist tim williams has your updated first warning forecast. can i eat heart healthy without giving up taste? a man can only try... and try. i heard eating whole grain oats can help lower my cholesterol. it's gonna be tough...so tough. my wife and i want to lower our cholesterol, but finding healthy food that tastes good is torturous. your father is suffering. [ male a
their sales. and in spite of recent bad publicity, toyota is on that list. chris bury has e >> reporter: for all its recent troubles, the massive recalls, the public relations fiascos, the embarrassment of having executives hauled before congress, toyota enjoyed sizzling sales last month. up 41% over last year. the big reason, generous incentives that lured back customers. >> it's clear that there are a lot of loyal toyota customers out there that were ready and willing to take advantage of these incentives once toyota put them in place. >> reporter: toyota fought its image battles with an aggressive advertising campaign. >> we want to believe that we can always be better. >> reporter: the biggest incentives in toyota history -- nearly $2,300 per vehicle -- helped turn around two straight months of declining sales. and american carmakers were on a hot streak too. >> the rebates are great, the finance rates are wonderful, and people are realizing that ford has got the car. >> reporter: at ford, sales were up nearly 40%. gm up 22%. chrysler, still struggling, posted an 8% decline. america
with disabies this is fios. at 800-974-6006 tty/v. >>> the toyota sports desk, brought to you by your local toyota dealers -- moving you forward. >>> the wash and capitals finished their three-game losing streak, -- the washington capitals finished their three- game losing streak. downtown, in the third, the game tied at 1-1. matt bradley, the power move, beats the goalie. it was really good the entire game at the met minor had a solid game, holding on late against the thrashers. washington wins the game, 2-1. >>> greivis vasquez has won the bob cousy award as the nation's top point guard, given by the naismith memorialall of fame, going to the player who was an all-around facilitator in division 1, 2, or three basketball. it is a great honor. >> my work ethic and my team has really helped me become who i am. i'm going to keep humboldt and i am going to keep hungry and continue to work hard the rest of my career -- i'm going to keep humble and i'm going to keep hungry and continue to work are the rest of my career. >>> nit championship, dayton beat north carolina, 79-68. >>> high school spo
crews were still trying to figure out how to get the man down safely. >>> after the toyota mess, a closer look at truth hidden under your hood. find out just how much of your drive is really out of your control. and it is april fool's day, but some dundalk residents weren't laughing at this prank. . >>> i'm wyatt everhart. 73 today. didn't get to 80. didn't get to the upper 70s here in baltimore but huge surge of warm air coming our way. talk about what it means for your weekend, coming up. hi, you cancelled your cable service? finally -- good riddance. [ door closes ] hi, i'm from xfinity here to tell you about our exciting new xfinity service. is this a joke? no, sir, xfinity is not a joke. it's an exciting new brand that we just invented when we wanted... [ male announcer ] don't be fooled. xfinity is comcast. and verizon fios has 4 times more very satisfied customers than comcast. this is beyond cable. call the verizon center for customers with disabilities this is fios. at 800-974-6006 tty/v. . >>> recent troubles with toyota have exposed an automotive reality. today's cars
offered by toyota. toyota offered unprecedented incentives last month to lure customers following all the recent recalls and safety issues. toyota u.s. sales jumped 41% selling 1600 fewer cars than general motors. the closest it has ever come to surpassing gm's monthly sales. >>> u.s. homeland security secretary says she's considering a plea from the folks on rhode island who want aid. she got a personal tour of the area. many of the worse-hit areas are still under water. rhode island's governor is asking the federal government to help the state pay for response costs and fix roads, bridges and sewer the systems. >>> there is not much we can add to the beautiful weather we have had. how warm? depends on where you were. if you were closer to the atlantic not as warm today. still above average everyone. 73 bwi marshall so far today. that courtesy of a light southeast wind coming off the cool waters of the chesapeake. you can see norfolk was 70. charleston, west virginia in the 90s. again we are getting a cooling influence off the chesapeake in baltimore. few thin clouds out of the west.
well the american job market is doing. despite image setbacks, toyota sales actually improved. >>> it's coming up on 4:38. you are watching 9news now. ói >>> tgif, everybody. happy friday. on the go right now, and all we have are a couple construction sites out and about. i'll tell you what to look out for, coming up. >>> it is time for the first living smart report of the morning. jessica doyle is here with today's headlines. good morning. >> reporter: happy friday, everyone. big economic news about the state of the job market likely will be the big event today. as for trading, another rally in asian markets overnight. the nikkei is 2.7% and more green arrows on wall street. the dow closed up 10,927. the nasdaq rose more than 4 1/2 and s & p500 posted a gain of almost nine points. >>> the justice department is alleging kellogg brown and group provided false statements when charging for the use of private security guards in iraq when the contract didn't allow for such expenses. the suit does not indicate how much kbr charged the army. >>> the labor department will announce the marc
, as you can see, pretty busy there. this terrific report is brought to you by toyota. an important message by toyota owners. to get the facts and latest information, you can always visit them at the website, toyota.com. >> just a gorgeous day out there, bern. you can't say enough adjectives to describe it. >> looks pretty in her yellow. >> i know. i love it. >> you need to wear it for the preakness, too. >> very good call. i'll have to remember that. >>> take a look at the temperatures outside. 73 degrees. it is warm. we'll have your forecast when we come back. ♪ [ female announcer ] they make little hearts happy... ♪ ...and big hearts happy too. because as part of a heart healthy diet... ...those delicious oats in cheerios can help naturally lower cholesterol. [ cheerios spilling ] cheerios. how can something so little... ...help you do something so big. try new chocolate cheerios with a touch of delicious chocolate taste in every bite. >>> it is friday. and i think a lot of people are in the mood this friday, because of the fact that it has been gorgeous the past couple of days. been
. toyota sales led the pack with a 41% spike. all in all, u.s. auto sales picked up by 24% last month with gm and ford coming in second and third. >>> citigroup's financial services' spin-off primerica made its business debut. it shot up 31%. >>> finally if you pick up your significant other's cell phone and see an app called tiger text, beware. it enables text messages to self-destruct leaving behind only tiger tracks. the investor claims his application has nothing do with the famous golfer. rather it refers to real tigers that are no torously hard to track. >>> driet howard is magic, carmelo comes up sweet and dayton delivers. plus, high-flying ncaa dunkers. your early morning sports hel s headlines are straight ahead sfloo it's friday. coming up your weekend forecast. you're watching "early today." >>> good morning. if you're just waking up, this is "early today." and in sports last night, two of the nba's best big men faced off as the magic battled the mavericks. here's nbc's fred roggin with an early look at all your sports headlines. >>> good morning. it was a battle of second-
into high gear. u.s. car sales jumped 24% in march. the best showing since august of last year. toyota saw a 41% surge after offering steep discounts to win back customers. that sparked an incentive war among rival dealers leading to double digit gains for ford and gm. chrysler saw sales fall 8%. still the promising trends could have a ripple effect on other industries like this los angeles production company. they just worked on a new ad for jeep that employed 120 people. >> there were a lot of people who literally came up to me at the end of that shoot and said thank god for jeep, thank god for that job, because i hadn't worked in two months. >> reporter: the hope now is the auto industry's recent boost will mean a similar rebound for the rest of the country. and construction manufacturing and retail payrolls that were hit hard by snowstorms last month will see gains, as well. bianca, back to you. >> tara mergener, thank you. >>> and department of homeland security is announcing new security rules for air travelers coming into the united states. after the christmas day bombing attempt ne
incentives. toyota kicked it off at the beginning of the month and everyone else was forced to follow along. so yes, if you throw money a problem you can certainly make good things happen. >> analysts say they expect improved access to credit and leasing will boost sales throughout the year. >>> up next a new push to keep your kids safe from sex offenders from school. >>> former chief of staff for a d.c. councilman faces bribery charges. tonight he's in more trouble. we'll tell you why next. >>> sue, another spring day. >> dulles almost hit 8 degrees. i think a lot of places will touch 80. wooef we'll have a close look at the weekend. >>> a quick look at the rundown. a few of the stories we're working on. we'll be back. hang tight. >>> this is fox 5 "news edge at 11:00. $q?????????????? >>> d.c. councilman jim graham's chief of staff is hitting with new charges tonight. ted loza was charged with taking bribes from cab companies. they are adding extortion, making false statements and conspiracy. they say he took trips and gifts in exchange for legislative favors for cab compa
surged last month led by toyota, the embattled automaker's sales soared 41% thanks to its most generous incentives ever. overall sales were the highest since cash for clunkers. ford up 40%, gm rose 22% but chrysler slipped 8%. >>> quiet overseas stock markets. tokyo's nikkei average gained nearly 0.4% today, however, markets are closed in hong kong and also in london. wall street will be closed today, awell. however, the dow did gain 70 points yesterday and the nasdaq added almost 5 points. >>> well, the wait is almost over. the ipad finally goes on sale tomorrow morning at 9:00 and if you're hoping to get your hands on one you may want to get in line early. at least one analyst expects them to be sold out by the afternoon. the early reviews are certainly adding to the growing frenzy, though. >> it might replace your kindle. it might replace your portable game machine and it might replace your laptop. the company has lived up tomost of the hype. >> i think we're going to have something replace with what we do with computers and the ipad really given apple's track record has as good a sh
market is closed today for good friday. >>> toyota most generous incentives ever helped left foot the entire auto industry last month. sales at the embattled automaker rose 41%. incentives were worth $2300 per vehicle. ford was up 40% from a year ago. gm rose 22%. chrysler slipped 8%. >>> obama administration announced the fuel efficiency standards by 2016, cars and trucks will average 35.5 miles a gallon. up 10 miles from now. the government says the changes will save nearly 2 billion barrels of oil and drive up the average price of a new car by $1000. a group of american companies says it's getting harder to do business in china. report by the american chamber of commerce in china accuses the government of using indiscriminatory rules. you might want to get in line if you are hoping to get your has on apad. the must have device goes on sale at 9:00 a.m. a analyst is predicting they will be gone by the afternoon. another expects them to sell 300,000 just this weekend. coming up on good morning america the squeeze at the cinema. how movie theaters are dealing with the influx of 3d
was fuelled by huge incentives from toyota in an effort to overcome gas pedal problems. that spurred a price war with gm. ford also saw big business but it credits increased demand for the fusion and taurus cars. one analysts says ice a sign that the economy is on the rod to recovery. >> what we're seeing is we're seeing a turn in the auto industry that is sustainable. >> not all american auditoriums fared so well. >>> maryland has reported its 45th death from swine flu. state health officials say a man from the baltimore area died within the past week. a recent spike in severe cases in the southeast have many experts warning that the h1n1 virus is not gone. there's still time for you to get vaccinated. >> reporter: despite sounds of spring, for many doctors this means the waiting room is filling up with allergy patients. but there's another reason people are heang to the doctor. >> it takes you off guard to see flu in the 70 degree weather. >> reporter: this doctor is a family physician in charlotte, north carolina one of the most allergy cities in southeast. but there's a spike in h1n1 cas
last month, 30% mo, in fact. some of the credit from that can be given to toyota. they offered a lot of incentives because of all their problems with gas pedals. they got into a price war with general motors. ford saw a jump in business, but ford people credit higher than normal demand for their fusion and taurus cars. one analyst says the surge in sas is a sign the struggling industry is finally on the road to recovery. >> what we are seeing right now, and i believe we are seeing a turn in the auto industry that is sustainable. >> reporter: chrysler was the only one that didn't do well. their sales dropped by 11% in march. >>> washington's catholic archbishop washed the feet of 12 people tonight to commemorate holy thursday. the mass of the last supper was held in the cathedral in northwest. the washing of feet is meant to an act of humility similar to christ washing the disciples feet at the last meal they shared with him. >>> we know we are going to like what you say, veronica. >> say it again. >> it's going to be incredibly nice across the area for the entire weekend coming up. m
in the 17th month in the past 18. toyota has been under fire since initiating a recall and they use the inntives to sell over 180,000 vehicles in march. that is an increase of almost 41%. are americans getting over their fears about toyota quality control? the numbers indicate as much. chrysler, on the other hand, they are being left behind. year over year sales are down 8%. but up 10% from february's numbers. things are going so well in the ought motive business even chrysler fans can find something to cheer about. we're watching your money fox business. in new york, i'm chris cotter. >>> we still have plenty ahead on fox 5 morning news. >> reporter: students at howard university were hit in a string of robberies across this part of the city. we'll tell you how the suspect may have gotten in what should have been a locked building. carol loves to rescue dogs, and spends a lot of her time and money doing that. [ carol ] they're all rescues, yeah. thank you. thank you. so i decided to make my home their home. it just makes it a little harder to se for myself. we showed her how wachov
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? right now it looks like you can still get in on some of the deals but you have to act fast. >>> toyota posted a sale of 41% for the month of march. the executives say it will continue on in april. truecar.com which tracks auto pricing expects others to follow suit. gm and other automakers saw overall car sales rise by 24%. >>> youtube is getting a makeover. 10% of users can see the new simplified format right now. it will roll out the redesign wednesday for everybody else. many of the elements have been relocated, others have changed and many new tools have been added. >>> hyundai has a gimmick that's sure to appeal to a lot of tech lovers. it will have an ipad in lieu of a printed owner's manual. hyundai hopes to sell about 3,000 of the luxury cars this year. a cool new feature, the ipad will schedule your service appointments for you. a service attendant will pick up the car from the owner and leave a loaner. they are also offering home test drives, all about the customer bhaking you feel good. >> hyundai and luxury never used to go together. >> the quality has gone up in the last
was lifted last month. sales at toyota rose 41%. that was banks to incentives. sales were the highest since cash for clunkers. ford was up 40%. gm was up 22%. the obama administration has announced tough new fuel efficiency standards. cars and light trucks will have to average 35 and half miles per gallon. this will save nearly 2 billion barrels of oil. it will drop to price of a new car by about $1,000. a group said it is getting harder to do business in china. the government is being accused of using discriminatory rules. china is favoring its own companies when it comes to technology. you might want to get in line now if you wanto get in ipad. it goes on sale at 9:00 a.m. tomorrow. one analyst is predicting they will be gone by the afternoon. some say they will sell 300,000 just this weekend. how movie theaters are dealing with the influx of 3-d blockbusters. and that is your "money scope" report. i'm todd connor. >>> 6:21, 53 degrees. >> how dedicated teachers are making a difference when dealing with autistic children. >> janet jackson opens up about the death of her brother michael. >
is wheeling and dealing. toyota is dishing out some sweet savings to get customers back into the showroom. how sweet, you say? how about knocking thousands of dollars off the sticker price? and the video is incredible. there was a shooting on a chicago corner. the cops showed up. a video journalist showed up, and minutes later another shooting. the whole thing caught on tape, and you will see it next. nature knows just how much water vegetables need. so, to turn those vegetables into campbell's condensed soup, we don't boil it down, our chefs just add less water from the start. ♪ so many, many reasons ♪ it's so m'm! m'm! good! ♪ this is why we do this! freedom! the open road! no doubt! and progressive has great coverage and policies starting at just $95 a year. i dig that! most bikers do -- that's why progressive is number one! whoo! whoo! let's renew up. yeah, that sounds good, man. do i have any bugs in my teeth? no, you're good. number one in motorcycle insurance. now, that's progressive. [meow] desperate for nighttime heartburn relief? for many, nexium helps relieve heartburn symptom
month, a jump in sales was fueled by huge incentives from toyota in an effort to overcome gas pedal problems. that spurred a price war with gm. ford also saw big business you want it credits its demand for fusion and taurus cars. one analysts say it's a sign that the struggling industry is finally on the road to recovery. >> what we're seeing right now, i believe, is we're seeing a turn in the auto industry that is sustainable. >> not all american automakers fared so well. sales of chrysler vehicles fell 11% in march. >>> this weekend you can pick up apple's latest creation, ipad. how well will it go over with consumers? >> reporter: apple ceo steve jobs gave the world a look at the ipad in january. saturday the world gets its hands on it. smaller than a laptop but bigger than a smart fond it packages familiar functions that has options for wireless and wi-fi. >> people who already have a smartphone and/or a notebook computer decide i need this too. >> reporter: adding to the appeal is the launch of electronic books through the popular itunes service. that makes the ipad a direct co
in the economy maybe, but also an inproochlt in the incentives. 0% gfinancing lured a lot in. >> even toyota. >> they did amazingly well and they knew they had to turn things around, so they did it in the best way possible, they offered people the best deals available. >> 0% pie nanfinancing. thank you. good to have you. >>> this morning the department of homeland security announces new rules for airline passengers entering the united states, tweaking security standards to focus more closely on potential terrorists. bob orr is in washington with the latest on that. >> reporter: the new measures come three months after a young nigerian man tried to bomb an airliner officer detroit. it will use fragments of information to pick potential terrorists out of the crowd. the changes are the result of a security review the president ordered after the failed christmas day attack. the new protocols will require foreign airports to use intelligence based information in addition to the watch lists and no fly he lists to determine which passengers must go through secondary screenings. one official said it
toyota. sales were up 40% a month when dealers were offering big incentives. >>> metro transit waited before they told riders about two rapes that happened in a metro parking garage. the assaults happened in february. on tuesday, a metro spokesperson says police withheld information as they searched for suspects. later in the week, peter benjamin, chairman of metro's board of directors said information on the attacks "got lost in the shuffle" during the february snowstorms. >>> today, former morning side, maryland police chief david ikeleburger is scheduled to be sentenced. he was indicted for selling a 40 caliber pistol and shotgun he had stolen from the police department. he sold the firearms to a local business owner for $600. >>> the move to build a slots parlor at arundel mills mall has been delayed for now. yesterday, the anne arundel county board of directions certified the validity of more than 22,000 signatures gathered by foes of the casino. organizers needed slightly less than 19,000 signatures in order to be able to put the proposal on the ballot in november. >>> as the
mustang. the suspect took off driving wildly and crashed into a toyota pickup truck. was rear ended by a ride-on bus. the bus driver and the pickup truck driver were taken to the hospital wit minor injuries. police arrested 24-year-old an won perry who they say had an outstanding federal warrant out against him. >> it was a wild accident in wheaton, maryland, this morning. police are investigating it. it turned into a deadly accident that happened just before 6:00. police say a car was out of control. hit and killed a woman in the parking lot of the dunkin' donuts. now investigators are trying to find out how this happened. and who she is. news4's aaron gilchrist is in wheaton this evening. >> reporter: it is still very obvious if there was a bad accident out here this morning. you look down and you can still see some of the markings where the montgomery county police reconstruction team did their work thisorning. you can see the skid marks left by the car as it came through the dunkin' donuts parking lot here. damage leftover from the car. colliding into different things here in th
more than 24% from a year ago. car shoppers were lured to show rooms by big promotions from toyota and other automakers. >> "atlanta journal-constitution," drivers will have to pay more for cars and trucks but also save at the pump under tough new federal rules aimed at boosting mileage and cutting emissions. the new standards call for 35 miles a gallon within six years. here with us now, patrick gavin with a look at the morning playbook. >> morning. >> we've been talking a little bit about bondage as it relates to the republican national committee. >> right. >> we'll talk more about that later in the week in review. what does it mean for michael steele and his committee. >> the thing about michael steele is that his job is probably safe for now. there's a big reason. it would take a two-thirds vote to push him out and the republican party probably doesn't want to kick out its first african-american chairman when there's been talk how they want to reach out to that job. that's a hard threshold to get over. they're bringing in a former rnc chief counsel to look at the books, establi
. toyota. let's give them something to talk about ♪ >> it is friday which means "morning mix." time to weigh in on stories everyone is talking about from the sour mood facing all politicians to some very public cheating husbands and that new exercise 00 duct pore women. here to mix it up cokie robert, also raquel welch, we had so much fun with you earlier in the week talking about your new book, "raquel: beyond the cleavage" what a title. >> mine would be called "what cleavage?" >> we are definitely ready to mix it up today. >> take them and leave. >> let's start out in cokie's wheelhouse, politics, some really stunning numbers got our attention in "usa today" yesterday. u.s. fumes over politics and showed only 50% of the country believes that president obama deserves re-election. even worse for members of congress, 65% of the public don't think that they deserve re-election. only 28% think they do. this is as angry a mood as i've ever seen. >> all about the economy and so all of these members of congress and the president, although 'not up for re-election luckily for him have to ju
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around were simply because of the massive incees from toyota and honda and others trying to come on board? what if part of the big numbers we've seen have been home sales have been doing better but that's also about we're about to lose the tax credit on this and the fed's getting out of buying mortgages. >> as the economics reporter, i will answer for the group. they don't care how they sell cars as long as they sell them. >> yes, but you -- >> it's moving units. >> but if you pull sales ahead -- what was the number you quoted yesterday? >> nentd to buy a car in six months ask back to the november lows which is the lowest since they started keeping records in '67. mike jackson couldn't care less about that metric. he said it was more about housing stabilization and employment stabilization. >> ultimately the business ike elle is overwhelming a lot of our concerns. pent-up demand is part of what's driving sales because nobody bought stuff for two years. it's all wornout and the prices are low and if you're -- think about the 90% who aren't unemployed. as they see these numbers firming, rig
for news by the numbers on this friday. first up, 41%. that's how much toyota's sales have increased last month despite the recalls. up 41. next, $88 billion, 808 million, 888. that's how much a florida man discovered in his bank account. the bank wouldn't let him keep it. i bet it was a mistake and seven, that's how many days apart cleveland twins grace and noel were born. grace was a little premature and doctors say noah was in no hurry at all. ouch. gretchen? >> thanks, steve, there's been a lot of backlash from the health bill on both sides. has the media been fair in covering some of the far left craziness? you're look right here at code pink assaulting karl rove in california earlier this week. we're rejoined by our political panel, juan williams is an npr news analyst, jason is a former spok spokesperson and andrea is a republican political consultant. let me start with you on this. karl rove has no security at this event. very precarious situation and the mainstream media didn't cover this particular kind of story but cover the tea party people. >> absolutely. it's selective medi
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